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Topic - Trent Cole
Chip Kelly wouldn't let Johnny Manziel break his heart twice.
When Michael Vick suffered a concussion in the Philadelphia Eagles' game Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys, it put Nick Foles on the spot. He threw a touchdown and a pick, and the Eagles dropped to 3-6.
"Watching them play, it seems like they get out of position a little bit," he said.
"We have a lot of great players on this team and it's hard to see us lose," defensive end Trent Cole said. "We know what kind of talent we have, so we have to pull together. It's hard. We're not going to bow our heads, we're going to keep them up and keep moving forward, go make plays and go win ball games."